Stuck in Vermont

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100% Homegrown Vermont vlog about art, music, obsessions and outsiders, brought to you weekly by Seven Days, Vermont's alternative newsweekly. Join Eva Sollberger as she takes you all over Vermont - to art galleries, fairs, circuses, dance parties, up in hot air balloons, around town in cabs and to the theater in this weekly vlog. New episodes air every Wednesday.

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Episodes of Stuck in Vermont

    • Driving Mr. Killacky [SIV373]

      10/16/14: John Killacky first fell in love with a pony named Raindrop at the tender age of 8. Years later, as the Executive Director of the Flynn Center for the Performing Arts, Killacky rediscovered his equine passion with a Shetland pony named Pacific Raindrop. A former dancer and marathon runner who was disabled in 1996, Killacky found his legs again in a horse-drawn cart. Last week, Eva hitched a ride with John and Raindrop at Windswept Farm in Williston. Music:...

      • Release date
        Oct 22, 2014
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    • Shoreham Orchard Tour [SIV372]

      10/9/14: Eva and her mom play tourists for the day and go leaf peeping down Route 22A to Shoreham where they stopped at three apple orchards - Champlain Orchards, Douglas Orchards and Sentinel Pine Orchards. Even on a cloudy day, there are many fall adventures to be had all over Vermont this season! Music: Bert Hirsch, "You'll Be Mine In Apple Blossom Time," Phil S...

      • Release date
        Oct 15, 2014
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    • Green Mountain Cabaret [SIV371]

      9/26/14: Green Mountain Cabaret has been bringing saucy entertainment and body positivity to Vermont audiences for two years now. Eva caught their show Geeks 'N' Cheeks 2: The Undressing at Club Metronome last Friday. Music: "Habanera" from Carmen by Georges Bizet, performed by Kevin MacLeod & Jenny Lee Mitchell This episode of Stuck in Vermont was made possible by Hotel Vermont and Vermont Tourism. http://bit....

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        Oct 1, 2014
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    • St. Albans Raid [SIV370]

      9/20/14: 150 years ago, St. Albans made history as the site of the northernmost land action of the American Civil War. A gang of Confederates stole over $200,000 from St. Albans' banks, attempted to burn the town down and escaped to Canada. Years in the making, the town celebrated this memorable anniversary with four days of celebrations held in Taylor Park, the same spot the events unfolded in 1864. Local actors staged a re-enactment, hundreds of visiting Civil War buffs arrived in costume an...

      • Release date
        Sep 24, 2014
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    • The Vermonster Challenge [SIV369]

      9/13/14: The Third Annual Vermonster Challenge was held at The Confluence/Green Mountain CrossFit in Berlin last weekend. Competitors from almost all of the crossfit gyms in the state tested their strength and endurance to find the fittest team of four. Music: Dirty Blondes, Sex the Elastic, "Crybaby" This episode of Stuck in Vermont was made possible by Hotel Vermont and Vermont Tourism. http:/...

      • Release date
        Sep 17, 2014
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    • AO Glass Works [SIV367]

      8/30/14: AO Glass Works was formed in 2007 by married couple Rich Arentzen and Tove Ohlander. Arentzen & Ohlander Glass Works has a retail space on College St in downtown Burlington. They are preparing to share this space in September with their new partners, Hubbardton Forge out of Castleton. The AO glass blowing studio off Pine St frequently attracts an audience. Eva visited them on a busy Friday night during the South End Truck Stop and watched as one of their unique light fixtures was crea...

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        Sep 3, 2014
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    • WYSIWYG [SIV366]

      8/23/14: The first two day WYSIWYG (pronounced wizzy-wig) music festival was held last weekend on the grounds behind Burlington College. WYSIWYG is an acronym for "What You See Is What you Get" and in additional to non-stop music, the fest provided food from local farmers prepared by Vermont chefs and four sit down outdoor meals. Eva talked to festival goers and tasted the farm fresh goodness. Music: Shakey Graves, Kishi Bashi, Big Bang Bhangra Brass Band, How Sad h...

      • Release date
        Aug 27, 2014
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    • Making a Splash [SIV365]

      8/9/14: Vermont is well known for its beloved swimming holes. These hidden spots are the best way to stay cool during our short summers. On a steamy Saturday, Eva and Michael take the plunge at Bristol Falls, Warren Falls and Lareau Hole in Waitsfield. And remember to always play it safe when swimming in these spots as there is no lifeguard on duty. Check the water depth before jumping and beware of strong currents. Always keep your eye on children as they can drown in 20 seconds or less. Have...

      • Release date
        Aug 13, 2014
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    • ´╗┐´╗┐´╗┐Saturday at the Sunset Drive-In [364]SIV

      8/2/14: For 66 years, Colchester's Sunset Drive-In has been welcoming movie lovers young and old. In the 1950s, there were about 4,000 drive-ins across the country. Today, there are around 350 and three of those are in Vermont. The Fairlee Drive-In and the Randall Drive-In have both gone digital as the industry transitions to all digital prints and theater owners fall in line. But the Sunset is still projecting 35-millimeter film onto its four screens. And this summer owner Peter Handy built a...

      • Release date
        Aug 6, 2014
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    • A Day in the Islands [363]

      7/26/14: The Lake Champlain Islands are a popular summer tourist attraction with 200 miles of shoreline, breathtaking views and many small businesses catering to visitors. Halfway between Burlington and Montreal, a unique community thrives in the islands, including many artists who are inspired by their surroundings. Eva takes a day trip to South Hero, Grand Isle, North Hero, Alburgh and Isle La Motte to see what adventure awaits. Music: Let's Whisper, As Close A...

      • Release date
        Jul 30, 2014
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